Ste Arands, drummer with Boss Keloid, writes about his love of Don McLean’s American Pie record and why the album is much more than just the title track.
Portable Radio release their new single, backed with two new B-sides, and we have the exclusive premiere of the bands’ new video!
Bewitcher have just released their latest album, Cursed Be Thy Kingdom. We caught up with Bewitcher, to talk about the new album, artwork, vinyl and more.
We welcome Them Bloody Kids to the site as they write for our Why I Love column. Each member of the London based trio gives us their take on why they love the mighty System Of A Down.
British country-pop singer/songwriter Twinnie will release a reimagined 5-track EP in celebration of the 1-year anniversary of her debut studio album.
Alex Webster is a part of a truly pioneering band. Cannibal Corpse are about to release their fifteenth studio album entitled Violence Unimagined.
Edenthorn bassist Faiba Gabrielle joins us At The Barrier in her new column – Ironing It Out.
News of the upcoming album from White Moth Black Butterfly available on Kscope in May.
Aqualung forms part of the pantheon of great records of 1971. This legendary Jethro Tull album gets a 50th anniversary reissue on 26th March.
1971 was a year to savour, musically. So many great albums and bands, but one band that had run their course were The Beatles. Whilst the fab four had gone their separate ways, they were all still making fab music.
The Hyena Kill recently released their blistering new album, A Disconnect. Here, we welcome new member Charlie Seisay to discuss his love of CSNY.
We continue our occasional series reappraising a selection of our favourite 1971 albums in greater detail. This time, we have a new close look at the album many saw as the First Folk Rock Opera: Fairport Convention’s Babbacombe Lee.
At The Barrier, we cover many albums, but there’s also a lot of new music around that takes single form too. These singles are from independent artists that have caught our attention, and we want to dive in deeper to the tracks.
We caught up with The Anchoress in the run up to the release of The Art Of Losing discussing the record, touring, Bandcamp, podcasting, Prince and more.
A long overdue appreciation of one of the great lost albums – Urban Nomad – that welds together various Prog Rock influences.